Ziphozinhle Ntlanganiso wins Miss Heritage 2015
Ziphozinhle Ntlanganiso from South Africa was crowned Miss Heritage 2015 at the end of the finale held last night at the Sandton Convention Center, South Africa. Ziphozinhle battled out other 33 contestants to claim the title of Miss Heritage 2015. She succeeds Odessa Mae Tadaya from Philippines as new Miss Heritage. However, Odessa Mae Tadaya, was not present in the grand finale to crown her successor. This was the third edition of the contest which intends to promote the world heritage.The pageant was created by Tare Munzara in Zimbabwe ,founded on the basis of having women from all around the world to have the opportunity to represent the most important feature of any country, which is National Heritage. Miss Heritage pageant is an all religion, type of pageant whereby it accommodates all religions since religion is a very important feature of World Heritage. Miss Heritage is currently being led by its new President who is Mr Nhlanhla Shabangu who succeeded Tare Munzara
At the same event, Maria Daziella Gange from Philippines was adjudged first Runner-Up and Pooja Bimrah from India was titled second Runner-Up. Miss Belgium and Miss Rwanda completed the Top 5 court. Where as the Top 10 semifinalists were Miss Botswana, Miss Trinidad & Tobago, Miss Colombia, Miss Brazil, and Miss Serbia.
As pointed out, the pageant intend to promote the preservation of World’s Heritage sites. This year marked as the contest having the highest number of delegates till date. The pageant didn’t have any swimsuit portion. We believe the concept is unique and if supported with proper resources, it will definitely be a noteworthy pageant to watch in the future.
Coming to the feedback, many pageant followers exclaimed that Ziphozinhle Ntlanganiso won Miss Heritage 2015 due to home turf advantage. However, considering the base purpose of the pageant, we feel she won it deservingly. At the end of the day, a winner is anyway a winner..!!
Credits: Miss Heritage Facebook Page